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Falling Through The Tree Of Life : Embodied Kabbalah - Jane Meredith

Falling Through The Tree Of Life

Embodied Kabbalah

By: Jane Meredith

Paperback | 1 October 2022

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Experiential. Poetic. Revolutionary. A New Approach to the Tree of Life.

This dynamic, radical departure from traditional Kabbalah books takes you into the Tree of Life not as an observer but as an active participant who engages with every part of the Tree. Presenting dozens of rituals, meditations, memoirs, and hands-on activities, Falling Through the Tree of Life immerses you in living, breathing magic, transforming Kabbalah from a complex topic into an embodied dance of love and learning.

No matter your experience level, Jane Meredith helps you explore each sephira in depth and use its real-world lessons to grow your practice. You'll begin like a butterfly falling through the Tree, unaware of its full power. But the farther you go, the more you'll fall in love with each sephira, from the beauty of Tiferet to the scholarship of Hod. This masterwork shows you how to enjoy the journey-full of heart, spirit, and magic.

Industry Reviews
Practical, powerful and profoundly inspirational, Meredith's guide to the wonder of Kabbalah and the enigmatic Tree of Life is a breathtaking love story to a mystery that was old when the world was new. Often perceived as perplexing and bewildering, Meredith takes the reader by the hand and unpacks the magic of Kabbalah in a manner that is accessible without once detracting from its profundity. This is a journey in the true sense, one without the intent of final destination but rather immersed in the experience of knowing oneself in the order of the Universe. Kristoffer Hughes, Chief of the Anglesey Druid Order, author of Cerridwen and designer of The Celtic Tarot. I learnt more about the Kabbalah in the first chapter of Jane Meredith's book than I have done previously from several other entire books and courses. Jane takes the reader on a completely straightforward and understandable journey through the Kabbalah. It is an experience you will relish and a pathway that opens up so many wonderful insights. With clear explanations along with practical exercises that guide you through your own personal journey, it is quite frankly an amazing adventure. This book is a must-have for anyone who is interested in the kabbalah, or like myself, someone who has previously tried to delve into it and failed. Jane's book has been an inspiration; I cannot recommend it highly enough. Rachel Patterson, author of Curative Magic. This book offers a take on the Kabbalah that is experiential, poetic, artistic, and individual. Unlike anything you have read! For beginners and more experienced kabbalists alike. Deborah Lipp, author of Magical Power for Beginners. In this daring, poetic, and committed book, Jane Meredith gives us a Tree of Life that is truly alive; not a diagram or a set of doctrines, but a vibrant and ever-growing Tree, based in nature as well as ancient wisdom. This is a Tree that we experience by both surrendering to it and working with it, all at the same time. Rachel Pollack, author of Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom. Falling Through the Tree of Life is a beautiful integration of Kabbalah and body/mind/spirit practices. Jane Meredith invites us to create an intimate relationship with the Divine through breath, movement, and writing. The text is grounded in the author's experience as a spiritual teacher and practitioner, and she offers many insights on how to make the teachings of Kabbalah practical for contemporary seekers. The clarity and innovative perspectives of Meredith's writing and her emphasis on the practical aspects of Kabbalah are sure to inspire the reader on their spiritual path. Mat Auryn, best-selling author of Psychic Witch and Mastering Magick. A gushing love letter to Kabbalah, full of wonder and joy, Falling Through the Tree of Life invites the reader into a full-body, full-sensory, ecstatic experience of living in, around, and through the Tree. Jane Meredith meets the reader not as a lecturer, but as a guide, pointing out signposts while inviting the reader to chart their own, unique, embodied understanding of the Tree through art, ritual, and trance. With multiple ways to engage with the material, including reading chapters in whatever order suits the reader, this work meets the reader exactly where they are and lets them choose their own path, while weaving in the author's lived experiences with the Tree of Life. I'll be returning to this book again and again as I deepen my work with the Tree. Enfys J. Book, author of Queer Qabala

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